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JEOPARDY! Game - March 30, 2004

Contestants

Anne Noble, Appellate lawyer from Washington, D.C.
David Seminer, Neurologist from Sacramento, CA
Valerie Takacs, Accounting assistant from Hudson, OH (Returning 2-day champ with $31,400)

JEOPARDY! Round - March 30, 2004

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The number in parentheses preceding the clue denotes the order in which the clue was played.

PRESIDENTIAL FACTS
'70s MUSIC
ARMOR
PROVINCE TOWNS
CRIME TIME
IT'S ALWAYS ABOUT "U"
$200 - David

(6) In 1937 he made his first movie


$200 - David

(1) She had a 2-sided No. 1 hit with "It's Too Late" & "I Feel the Earth Move"


$200 - Valerie

(9) A bracket on the chest positioned this 12-foot spear that could be driven through another knight's armor


$200 - David

(20) Cap-De-La-Madeleine,
Sept-Iles,
Trois-Rivieres


$200 - David

(14) It's a serious crime (Without the "y", it's the person who commits it)


$200 - David

(7) In 1949 Harry Truman traveled to New York to help lay a cornerstone for this body


$400 - David

(15) Unlike his Republican cousin, who was also President, he was a Democrat


$400 - Valerie

(2) Shut your mouth! Isaac Hayes won an Oscar for the theme from this 1971 flick


(-$400) - David

(10) These gloves were made in a fashionable hourglass shape, narrow at the wrist


$400 - David

(21)Prince George,
Prince Rupert,
Victoria


$400 - David

(16) From the name of an old Germanic tribe, it's the willful destruction of property


$400 - David

(8) Seats are reserved in the Indian Parliament for this group that falls outside of the caste system


(-$600) - Valerie

$600 - David

(22) He was the first President to live long enough to see his son elected President


$600 - Triple Stumper

(3) When it charted in 1976, this song first called "Cotton's Dream" was subtitled "The Young and the Restless"


$600 - Valerie

(25) Plate armor first covered, then replaced this protective wrap


$600 - Anne

(28) Sydney,
Dartmouth,
New Glasgow


$600 - David

(17) Despite the name, in this form of bribery, a public official gets money, not skin


$600 - Triple Stumper

(11) Now a democratic republic of central Asia, in 1992 it ratified its first post-Soviet constitution


$800 - Anne

(23) The last incumbent to be unseated; it was the 10th time it had happened


$800 - David

(4) A 1973 song says, "Give me the beat, boys, and free my soul, I wanna get lost in your rock and roll and" do this


$800 - David

(26) The nasal, a piece on this item, could get you in trouble when the other guy grabbed it


$800 - Valerie

(29) Big Beaver House,
Sault St. Marie,
London


$800 - Valerie

(18) A failure to meet an obligation, it may be "of contract"


$800 - David

(12) Its atomic weight is 238


$1000 - Anne

(24) It was the last office to which Gerald Ford was elected

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1000 - Anne

(5) "An Old Fashioned Love Song" & "Never Been to Spain" were '70s hits for this trio


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(27) The 16th century Maximilian style is named for a ruler of this empire who was called "The last of the knights"


(-$1000) - Anne

(-$1000) - Valerie

(-$1000) - David

(30) Vulcan,
Medicine Hat,
Red Deer


$1000 - Valerie

(19) A step further than trespassing, it's sneaking onto the manor grounds to do some hunting or steal game


$1000 - Valerie

(13) The language known as Hindi is very close to this official language of Pakistan


Scores at the first commercial break:
David: $2,800
Valerie: $1,600
Anne: $1,000

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
David: $4,800
Valerie: $3,200
Anne: $2,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - March 30, 2004

(Thanks to Andy for the transcript of this round, and also to metsfan001, Matt O., and Mark B.)

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VOLCANOES
SCREEN PLAYS
THE EAGLES HAVE LANDED
10-LETTER WORDS
MR. T
I PITY THE FOOL
(-$400) - David

(26) Please excuse this tallest peak in the Cascades -- although it is dormant, it still exudes gassy fumes


$400 - David

(2) In the '60s, young Martin Sheen starred on Broadway & on film in "The Subject Was" these


$400 - Valerie

(1) Earn 21 merit badges to qualify as one of these


$400 - David

(7) It's someone who helps carry the coffin at a funeral


$400 - David

(8) In 1975 he was named the first black Anglican dean of Johannesburg


$400 - Valerie

(5) In "A Midsummer Night's Dream", this character says, "Lord, what fools these mortals be!"


$800 - Anne

(27) The most violent volcanic eruptions are classified under the name of this "Elder" Roman naturalist


$800 - David

(4) John Osborne's 1961 play about this Protestant Reformer became a 1974 Film starring Stacy Keach


$800 - David

(3) Eagle chicks are called these


$800 - David

(11) Jiminy Cricket acted as this for Pinocchio


$800 - David

(10) This Republican served in the Ohio House of Representatives from 1921 to 1926 & the U.S. Senate from 1939 to 1953


$800 - David

(9) Joyce Kilmer wrote, "Poems are made by fools like me, but only God can make" this


$1200 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1200 - David

(6) (Video) The 1988 film version of this hit Neil Simon play is seen here:
Dialogue:
Sergeant: You having trouble understanding me, Jerome?
Jerome: Ho, no. I mean no ho, Sergeant. It's just plain ho.


$1200 - David

(17) (Video) Traditionally part eagle, it's the heraldic emblem seen here


$1200 - Valerie

(20) Oh my darling, it's a variety of small, sweet tangerine


$1200 - Valerie

(13) This French statesman served under 7 regimes, including during the French Revolution & under Napoleon


$1200 - Valerie

(23) This title character of Spanish literature is called "A muddled fool, full of lucid intervals"


$1600 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


$1600 - David

(12) "An Ideal Husband" was adapted from an 1895 comedy from this "Earnest" author, definitely not ideal husband material


$1600 - Valerie

(18) When reused and expanded one of these eagle nests can grow to over 10 feet across


$1600 - Anne

(21) Person who'd repair your Timex or Seiko


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(15) "Germania" and "Historiae" are major works by this Roman orator and public official


(-$1600) - Valerie

(24) This book of the Bible says, "Answer a fool according to his folly, lest he be wise in his own conceit"


(-$2000) - Anne

(28) The name of this sacred mountain is said to be derived from the Ainu word for fire

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$2000 - Valerie

(14) 1933's "Cavalcade", based on a drama -- not a comedy -- by this urbane British wit, won a Best Picture Oscar


(-$2000) - Valerie

(19) In 1978 the Double Eagle II took a 6-day journey to become the first one of these to cross the Atlantic


$2000 - Valerie

(22) Remember Chuck Mangione? Remember this instrument that he plays?


$1700 - Valerie

(16) He was among the first students when the St. Petersburg Conservatory opened in 1862

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1700


$2000 - David

(25) This Transcendental essayist wrote, "The wise through excess of wisdom is made a fool"


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
David: $15,600
Valerie: $11,300
Anne: $2,800


Final JEOPARDY!

AMERICAN LITERATURE
It contains the line "There stood the Kaatskill Mountains ... there was every hill and dale ... as it had always been"

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Anne: $2,800 + $2,600
Valerie: $11,300 - $10,300
David: $15,600 + $7,001


Final Scores
David: $22,601
Anne: $5,400
Valerie: $1,000

David: $15,600 (26 right, includes 1 rebound; 3 wrong)
Valerie: $11,600 (16 right, includes 1 DD; 4 wrong)
Anne: $4,800 (6 right, includes 1 DD; 2 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Total: $32,000

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